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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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  • Reeling Panthers will use All-Star break to rest for grueling schedule ahead

    Reeling Panthers will use All-Star break to rest for grueling schedule ahead
    A week ago the Panthers were coming off a three-game sweep of western Canada teams on a franchise-best 4-2 road trip and they were breathing down the Bruins' necks for a wild-card playoff berth. Life was good. The music was blaring in the locker room...
  • Phantoms end seven-game home slide on Manning OT goal

    Phantoms end seven-game home slide on Manning OT goal
    The slide is over! A crowd of 8,964, second largest ever for hockey at the PPL Center, went home smiling for the first time in a long while after Brandon Manning's goal in overtime ended a seven-game losing streak at home. Manning's slapshot from...
  • Host Solar Bears snap skid in slugfest against Gladiators

    Host Solar Bears snap skid in slugfest against Gladiators
    In a hockey game between two teams on the skids, the Orlando Solar Bears and Gwinnett Gladiators slugged it out like Rocky Balboa and Apollo Creed on Saturday night at the Amway Center. But the Solar Bears gave their fans some hope on the final night of...
  • Andrej Sekera adjusting to the Kings and their style

    Andrej Sekera adjusting to the Kings and their style
    New side on defense, new team, new conference and a new set of expectations. Suffice to say, there was an awful lot thrown at defenseman Andrej Sekera in his Kings debut on Friday night at Anaheim. The Ducks pulled off a third-period rally and beat...
  • Panthers await Jagr's arrival with optimism

    Panthers await Jagr's arrival with optimism
    Panthers coach Gerard Gallant admitted on Friday that he didn't know Jaromir Jagr as a person — but that doesn't mean the two don't have a history. "I played against him, that's how long he's been around," said Gallant, who last played in 1995....
  • Panthers trade picks for veteran Jaromir Jagr, 43

    Panthers  trade picks for veteran Jaromir  Jagr, 43
    After years of selling off their top players before the trade deadline, Panthers General Manager Dale Tallon sent a strong message to the fans and his young team that he is committed to making the playoffs this season when he acquired nine-time All-Star...
  • Panthers' offensive woes continue in 3-0 loss to Blackhawks

    Panthers' offensive woes continue in 3-0 loss to Blackhawks
    A few hours after General Manager Dale Tallon told the media that he acquired future Hall of Fame forward Jaromir Jagr to help bolster the Panthers' toothless offense for the playoff push, his team proved his reasoning was sound. Unfortunately, Jagr and...
  • Phantoms can't afford to wait for players to return

    Phantoms can't afford to wait for players to return
    We kept hearing it over and over again, but somehow, it didn't sink in right away. The American Hockey League is a developmental league for the National Hockey League, and the minor league affiliates' main job is to develop players for the parent club...
  • Derrick Rose-Patrick Kane injuries a double whammy of title death blows

    Derrick Rose-Patrick Kane injuries a double whammy of title death blows
    Mother Nature will decide over the next few days whether this February will go down as one of the coldest in Chicago history. To the city's sports fans, it officially became one of the cruelest Tuesday night. The surreal news release came from the...
  • When will Blackhawks join trade market?

    When will Blackhawks join trade market?
    While the Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup hopes were getting their collarbones surgically repaired, some of the competition for that trophy made the kind of moves the team on West Madison Street needs to make. One of those teams making a move, by the way,...
  • Hurricanes upend Flyers 4-1

    Hurricanes upend Flyers 4-1
    RALEIGH, N.C. — Justin Faulk had a goal and an assist and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Philadelphia Flyers 4-1 on Tuesday night. It was the 500th NHL game for Hurricanes goalie Cam Ward. Ward, who won the Conn Smythe Trophy when Carolina won...